Jefferson School of Population Health Forum

Formerly Health Policy Forum

A monthly educational program designed to impart cutting-edge information on population health, public health, health policy, and quality and safety. Presented by regional thought leaders, the Forum provides a venue to discuss and explore the broad population health issues affecting health care today. The Jefferson School of Population Health Forums are appropriate for Thomas Jefferson University students, faculty, and staff; health care professionals, administrators, and advocates; public policy analysts; community health leaders; and Grandon Society members.

The Jefferson School of Population Health Policy Forums are appropriate for Thomas Jefferson University students, faculty, and staff; health care professionals, administrators, and advocates; public policy analysts; and community health leaders.

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Podcasts from 2014

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The Future of Population-Based Reimbursement, David Chin, MD, MBA

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Reducing the Population Health Burden of Cardiovascular Disease, Joseph Ladapo, MD, PhD

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Building an Ambulatory System of Care: Using Population Health to Combat Secular Trends and Achieve Triple Aim, Christopher T. Olivia, MD, MBA

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The Road Ahead-Genomic Advances Raise Challenging Questions., Jennifer Dreyfus, MBA, MBE

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Innovation, Big Data, and Collaboration: Improving Population Health, Somesh Nigam, PhD and Ravi Chawla, MS, MBA

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Collaborating for Regional Impact: Improving Care Transitions in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Kate J. Flynn, FACHE

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Health Before Birth: Why it Matters and What can be Done?, Janet Currie, PhD

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Improving Patient Safety Outcomes Through Adaptive Approaches, Jeffrey Cohn, MD, MHCN

Podcasts from 2013

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A Continuous Quality Improvement Approach to Organizational Cultural Competence, Cheri Wilson, MA, MHS, CPHQ

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The Role of Employers and business coalitions in improving health, Neil Goldfarb

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Population Health as a Corporate Strategy: The Value of Investing in Wellness, Dixon Thayer Chief Executive Officer Co-Founder HealthNEXT and Ray Fabius, MD

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Pathways for Successful Accountable Care Organizations: Physician Engagement, James E. Barr, MD

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Primary Care Innovation to Improve Health of High Risk Populations, Craig Tanio, MD

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Challenges in Building a Knowledge-Based Technology Infrastructure for Population Health, Jonathan M. Niloff, MD

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Applying Comparative Effectiveness Research to Everyday Decisions, Robert W. Dubois, MD, PhD

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Moving the Needle: Challenges and Opportunities in Communicating Patient-Centered Research, Bill Silberg

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New Therapeutic Options for Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation, Joseph Jackson, PhD

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The Choosing Wisely® Campaign: Is This a Game Changer?, Daniel B. Wolfson, MHSA

Podcasts from 2012

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Less Talk, More Action: Accelerating Innovative Strategies to Eliminate Health Disparities, Stephen B. Thomas, PhD

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Population Health: Integrating Medicine and Public Health, Marc N. Gourevitch, MD, MPH

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Empathy in Patient Care-Myth or Reality?, Mohammadreza Hojat, Daniel Louis, and Vittorio Maio

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Implementing Decision Support Tools to Enhance Care for Older Adults, Kathryn H. Bowles, PhD, RN, FAAN

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Public Reporting of Cardiac Surgery Outcomes in Pennsylvania: A 20 Year Personal Perspective, Raymond Singer, MD, MMM, CPE

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Pennsylvania’s Aging Initiatives: Planning for the Future, Brian Duke, MBE

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The Challenges of Health Reporting, Taunya English and Maiken Scott

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Changing Patient and Physician Behavior: Moving Toward Informed and Shared Decision-Making, Ronald E. Myers, PhD, DSW

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Achieving Population Health: What Evidence Will We Need?, Lisa Simpson, MB, BCH, MPH, FAAP

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Center for Value in Healthcare: Translating Research into Policy and Practice, Panel Presentations moderated by Mark W. Legnini, DrPH

Podcasts from 2011

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Reconsidering Law and Policy Debates: A Public Health Perspective, John Culhane, JD

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Implications of the Patient Centered Medical Home Concept for Health Professionals Training Program, Michael S. Barr, MD, MBA, FACP

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Health in All Policies: (How) Can We Make it Work?, Shiriki Kumanykia, PhD, MPH

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A Decade After 9/11, Are We Any Better Prepared for Public Health Emergencies?, Michael A. Stoto, PhD

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Personalized Medicine: Transforming the Future of Health Care, Wayne Rosenkras, PhD

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Betting on Bending the Cost Curve, Mark Pauly, PhD

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Public Health Law Research: Making the Case for Laws to Improve Health, Scott Burris, JD

Podcasts from 2010

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Transformative Technology Applications in Healthcare, Peter Raymond

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Breaking the Language Barrier: Health Care Quality, Efficiency and Savings Through Professional Medical Interpretation, Winnie Heh, MA

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Get Healthy Philly: Policy and System Change to Promote Healthy Eating, Active Living, and Tobacco, Giridhar Mallya, MD, MSHP

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Addressing Population Health Through Interdisciplinary Collaborations, Tim Gibbs

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Physician Leadership and Medical Group Performance: A National Study, Louisa Baxter, MD, Msc, MRCP (UK)

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Consumer Health Informatics and Healthcare Disparities- 4/14/2010, Michael C. Gibbons, MD, MPH.

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How Pennsylvania’s Budget Shapes Service Delivery - 3/10/2010, Kenneth J. Braithwaite, II and Laval Miller-Wilson

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Healthcare Reform: Future Implications and the Role of the Physician Advocate - 1/13/10, Valerie Arkoosh, MD President-elect, National Physicians Alliance Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology and Critical Care and Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology

Podcasts from 2009

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Achieving Cultural Competency: Using a Case-Based Approach for Teaching and Learning -12/9/09, Lisa Hark, PhD, RD and Horace M. De Lisser, MD

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Building Patient Centered Medical Homes in America’s Poorest City -11/11/09, Jeffrey Brenner, MD

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Philadelphia’s Public Health Priorities and Initiatives: Implications for Improving the Health of Vulnerable Populations -10/14/09, Donald Schwarz, MD, MPH

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Innovative Approaches to Medical Education-9/9/09, M. Brownell Anderson

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Patient Friendly Billing: Increasing Transparency -6/10/2009, Michael Brennan

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Progress in Patient Safety Initiatives-5/13/2009, Mike Doering

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The Impact of Serious Medication Errors for Health Care Providers-4/8/2009, Zane R. Wolf, PhD, FAAN

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The Public-Private Balance in Healthcare: Political and Economic Tipping Points-3/11/2009, Alan Lyles, ScD, MD

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Public Policy and Cardiovascular Disease: Making the Connection-2/11/2009, Timothy Gardner, MD

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BeWell.com-The Value of Social Media in Health Communication-1/14/2009, Cheryl Heiks

Podcasts from 2008

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Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Education-12/10/2008, Christine Arenson, MD and Molly Rose, RN, PhD

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Women's Wellness Guide-11/5/2008, Leslie Stiles

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Assessing physician performance: challenges and opportunities-10/8/2008, Louis H. Diamond, MD

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What language are you speaking? Why patient communication is a patient safety issue-9/10/2008, Mario Moussa, PhD, MBA

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Value-Based Purchasing and the CMS 2008 Physician Quality Reporting Initiative (PRQI) -06/11/2008, Barbara J. Connors, DO, MPH

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The Barker Hypothesis-05/14/2008, Steven Snyder MD

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The World of Healthcare/Pharma Blogging-04/09/2008, Ed Silverman

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MedMining and Electronic Health Record Data-2/13/2008, James Peters MBA

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Building a Comprehensive Health Database for Use in City-Wide Health Management System-01/09/2008, Jeffrey Brenner MD